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nineteen hundred sixty-two annual 
publication of 

The Senior Class 

JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIVERSITY 

Charlotte, North Carolina 




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Published by 

The Senior Class of 
JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIVERSITY 

Charlotte 8, North Carolina 



Editor 
Sherman A. Childers 

Business Manager 

James E. Lawrence 

Advisor 

Mack L. Davidson, Jr. 



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Winson R. Coleman, Ph.D. 



In the history of any college, there are always 
those whose influence and contribution have out- 
distanced mere responsibility and whose memory 
will remain indelibly stamped on the mind and 
conscience of all who come in contact with them. 
At Johnson C. Smith University such a person 
is Dr. Winson R. Coleman. 

Dr. Coleman may be seen between classes with 
briefcase in hand and head bowed, as he saunters 
across the campus. He appears solely as a man 
of culture — precise, detached, impersonal ; a 
scholar and an academician. 

In class one will always find him reading- a 



magazine if the class has not begun. At the 
proper time he stops, takes out a rolebook from 
his briefcase and thus becomes the Socratic 
Demon. He requires a student to do his best — 
and better. His "detachment" is actually the 
tendency to withhold commendation until de- 
served. He applies this constant demand for 
improvement to himself, a factor which perhaps 
above all wins him the respect and admiration 
of everyone associated with him. 

Thus with sincere gratitude for what he means 
to us, the Senior Class of Johnson C. Smith 
University dedicates the 1962 edition of the Bull 
to Dr. Coleman. 





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THE LOYALTY SONG 

We love thee Smith with all our hearts 
To Thee we'll e'er be true, 

And in the light of Truth and Right 
Hold high the Gold and Blue 

Fair Smith where e'er on earth we roam 
Send forth thy constant ray, 

And let it beam with steadfast gleam 
To lead us o'er life's way 

REFRAIN 

Proudly we hail thy name our Alma Mater 
old S. U. 

Johnson C. Smith our own our hope our 

Guiding Light unfailing; Pride of 
our loyal hearts, we'll love and honor thee 
our whole lives through, 

On, ever on dear old J. C. S. U. 



From the 

President's 

Desk . . . 




Our task here is to train free men and women in a free society 
to the end that they may take their places in that society, pos- 
sessed of a high degree of civic consciousness, able to respond 
to the challenges of leadership, and equipped to lead the Good 
Life. Thus, Johnson C. Smith University is a place, an atmos- 
phere and a tradition in Christian higher education. We want 
it to remain a place where the freedom to teach and the freedom 
to learn are carefully maintained. 

Let us therefore in our ninety-fifth year renew our pledge 
to grow stronger in intellectual achievement and in moral 
atmosphere. 

R. P. Perry, President 



ADMINISTRATION 



Theophilus F. McKinney 

Dean of the College of 
Liberal Arts 



Furness J. Armstead 

Business Manager 



J. Arthur Twitty 
Registrar 






Moses S. Belton 

Director of Public Relations 



Theodus H. Gunn- 

Librarian 



0. H. Davis 

Dean of Women 



J. A. Grimes 

Dean of Men 





Edwin Tompkin, Ph.D. 

Dean, Theological Seminary 



Winson R. Coleman, Ph.D. 

Director of Summer School 




Algernon O. Steele, Ph.D. 

Dean of Chapel 



Arthur H. George, Ph.D. 

Dean Emeritus, Theological Seminary 
Pastor of University Church 





Mrs. A. E. Adam — French 



J. J. Adam — French J. S. Brayboy — Physical Education Mrs. E. M. Baylor Speech 




L. S. Belk— German & Spanish U. S. Brooks— Chemistry 

H. L. Counts — Religious Education Mrs. O. B. Dixon — Physical Ed. 



W. R. Coleman — Phiiosophy Mrs. M. K. Byuarm — Psychology 

L. H. Davis — Education M. L. Davidson — Economics 




A. H. George — Religious Education Mrs. I. G. Jones — English 



J. A. Grimes — History 



Mrs. E. P. Hill— Art 




C. W. Kemp — Music 
E. S. McGirt— Physical Ed. 



S. Klepka— History- 
Mrs. H. T. Morris— Education 



J. R. Law — Psychology 
H. W. Norris — Economic 



W. P. McCullough— Physical Ed. 
D. E. Owens — Music 




Mrs. V. E. Neal— Chemistry 



A. S. Poe — Sociology 



A. A. Pouinard — Mus 



K. S. Powell— Physical Ed. 




C. D. Rippy— History 
C. J. Slosser — Religious Ed. 




A. O. Steele— Religious Ed. C. T. Thomas— Religious Ed. 



Others not Pictured . 



V. A. Washington — Biology 
E. Thompkins — Religious Ed. 




The Staff 




Assistants to the Registrar: Miss Shirley A. Powell (front) and L. M. Wood, Bookkeeper; Mrs. F. M. Alexander, Cashier 

Mrs. Mary H. Piatt (rear) 



Mrs. O. P. Harrison 

Secretary to President 



Mrs. S. J. Stewart 

Secretary to Director of Public Relations 




Mrs. F. B. Farrar 

Secretary to Business Manager 



Mrs. M. G. Maxwell 

Secretary to Dean of Instructions 





H. L. Counts, Jr., Inventory Officer 



Mrs. L. S. Malone, Bookstore Manager 



Mrs. B. W. McKee, School Nurse 



Mrs. B. W. Spence, Canteen Supervisor 




Ulysses Watkins, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds 



Mrs. E. J. Blackwell, Assistant Librarian 





Mr. M. A. Harrison 

House Directress 



Mrs. B. L. Bowser 

House Directress 



Mrs. M. G. Davis 

House Directress 



Miss O. Roseboro 

Secretary to Dean of 
Theology 



J. A. Gaston, Director of Student Personnel 
and Guidance Services 



Mrs. Calvene E. Ross, Secretary to Director of 
Student Personnel and Guidance Services 







Seated — Jeannette Smith, Secretary; Clayton Barnes, President; Antonia Wallace, 
Student Government Representative. 



Standing — John Butler, Vice President; Charles Ware, Treasurer; Theodore Strange, 
Student Government Representative. 



Not Pictured 




Lydia LeMonde Aiken 

Route 2, Box 45 
Wilmington, North Carolina 

Major: French 

Minors: History and Psychology 

Motto: "The human soul is the world's 
greatest battlefield. Unless we are 
able to rule our own spirit, and unless 
we are able to master our own pas- 
sions, it is impossible to find relief 
by running away from where we are." 



Arthur L. Alexander 

311 Dixon Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 



Charles E. Alexander 
Route 3, Box 300 
Henderson, North Carolina 

Major: French 
Minor: Psychology 

Motto: "A man who is truly great 
will have as his goal to strive for 
something that is great." 



Hazel B. Alford 

Route 1, Box 30 
Taylorsville, North Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "Striving for things worth- 
while takes courage and strength: 
But in the end you will find that 
your striving was worth the while." 



Maxie L. Bailey 
Route 4 
Gainesville, Georgia 

Majors: Biology and General Science 

Motto: "Silence is the element in 
which great things fashion themselves 
together; that at length they may 
emerge, full-formed and majestic, into 
the daylight of Life, which they are 
therefore to rule." 



Clayton A. Barnes 

Route 4, Box 466 
Lancaster, South Carolina 

Majors: Economics and Social Science 

Motto: "Any man who does not place 
values on the life of another has little 
knowledge of his own." 



Frankie G. Barnes 

1603 Everett Street 
Richmond, Virginia 

Major: Physical Education 

Motto: "A single day among the 
learned last longer than the life of 
the ignorant." 



Frances Blake 

Route 3, Box 340 

John's Island, South Carolina 

Major: French and Psychology 

Motto: "On ne sent pas conterter tout 
le monde et son pire" 



Robert W. Blair 

1632 Newland Road 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Major: Economics and Social Science 

Motto: "The truth is in all things 
that make men lie." 



Albertha G. Brown 

Route 1, Box 108 

John's Island, South Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "Make your goal and do not 
give up until it is accomplished." 



Kaye Brown 

728% South 9th Street 
Fernandina Beach, Florida 
Major: Social Science 
Minor: Psychology 

Motto: "Striving for things worth- 
while takes courage and strength- 
but in the end you will find that 
your striving was worth the while." 



Gwendolyn Bryant 

4208-23rd. Way North 

Sayreton, Alabama 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "God helps those who help 
themselves. 





Eva Mae Burroughs 
521 Dixon Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 
Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "Give to the world the best 
that you have, and the best will come 
back to you." 



John Butler 

12 Summit Street 
Norwich, Connecticut 

Major: Mathematics 



Marvin S. Byurm 
200 Orange Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Majors: Social Science and History 



Mattie J. Cauthen 
400-A Clinton Street 
Lancaster, South Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "Strive not to equal but to 
excel." 



Sherman A. Childers 
118 Lore Street 
Concord, North Carolina 

Majors: French and English 

Motto: "The measure of a happy life 
is not the fewer or more suns we be- 
hold, the fewer or more breaths we 
draw, or meals we repeat, but from 
the having once lived well, acted our 
part handsomely, and made our exit 
cheerfully." 



Bruce Colson 

1734 E. Long Street, Apt. L. 
Columbus, Ohio 

Major: Biology 

Motto: "To each his own." 



Timothy A. Crawford 

410 Clinton Avenue 
Lancaster, South Carolina 

Major: Sociology 
Minor: Political Science 

Motto: "To prove the impossible.' 



Thelma L. Crosby 

1410 Nunn Street 
Wilmington, North Carolina 

Major: French 
Minor: Social Science 

Motto: "Give to the world the best 
that you have and the best will come 
back to you." 



Mable Cunningham 

1917 Grier Avenue 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 



George Dorman, Jr. 
1327 W. Clay Street 
Richmond, Virginia 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: Psychology 

Motto: "We have run the river, now 
the ocean lies before us." 



Annie C. Douglass 
2204 Double Oaks Road 
Charlotte, North Carolina 
Major: Elementary Education 
Motto: "Strive for success." 

Theodore R. Drain 

2100 Russell Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 
Major: Social Science 
Minor: Sociology 

Motto: "I have sworn upon the altar 
ol God s eternal vigilance and ever 
astmg fight against all who would 
take pride and promise in second rate 
learning and second rate effort" 





Vermeil Dryton 

1201 Fontana Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Majors: Sociology and Social Science 

Motto: "Nothing beats a failure but 
determination." 



Lenwood E. Edwards 

Route 3, Box 18 

Snow Hill, North Carolina 

Major: Physical Education 



Rosa B. Evans 

2305 Tate Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 



Bennie M. Faulkner 
1925 Grier Avenue 
Charlotte 8, North Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "In living learn and in learn- 
ing live." 



Eleanor E. Felder 

111 Alexander Street 
Charleston. South Carolina 

Major: Chemistry 

Motto: "A man who dedicates his life 
to Knowledge becomes habitually to 
pleasure which carries with it no 
reproach." 



Ernestine Frye 

141R-B Samuel Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 
Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "The roots of education are 
bitter, but the fruit is sweet." 



Alta M. Fuller 

1106 Rauhut Street 
Burlington, North Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "All that I am and ever hope 
to be, I owe to God and my parents." 



Barbara Funderburk 

2401 Jefferson Davis Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Major: Social Science 
Minor: French 

Motto: "Mieux est de ris que de 
lormes ecrire, pour ce que rire est la 
propre de l'homme." 



Ronald Gibson 

231 Third Street 
Elizabeth, New Jersey 

Major: Sociology 



Jimmie Gist 

614 Sparrow Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "Trust not a living soul and 
walk carefully among the dead." 



Ernest W. Glenn, Jr. 

Route 1, Box 141 
Winnsboro, South Carolina 
Major: Political Science 

George C. Goodman 

304 S. Lloyd Street 
Salisbury, North Carolina 
Major: History 





Bobby N. Graham 
P. 0. Box 542 

North Wilkesboro, North Carolina 
Major: Music 



Arthur J. Graves 

471 Hancock Street 
Brooklyn, New York 



Robert Green 



Carolina Hampton 

Route 2, Box 260 
Lynchburg, South Carolina 

Major: Religious Education and 
Sociology 

Motto: "Education is the Process 
whereby one seeks and finds the 
truth and helps others to experience 
and enjoy the beauties of life." 



Cornell Hampton 

Route 1, Box 50 
Mayesville, South Carolina 

Major: Social Science 

Minor: History and Religio: 



Geraldine Hankins 

905 S. 14th Street 
Wilmington, North Carolina 

Major: Biology 
Minor: Psychology 

Motto: "It is better to be small and 
shine than to be great and cast a 
shadow." 



Calvin C. Harris 

1536 Norris Avenue 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Major: Social Science 

Minor: History and Political Science 

Motto: "I can resist anything but 
temptation." 



Desora Harris 
1502-A Ward Street 
Greenville, North Carolina 

Major: Sociology 
Minor: Psychology 

Motto: "I find that the great thing in 
this world is not so much where we 
stand as in what direction we are 
moving." 



Judith E. Hawthorne 
Route 5, Box 235 
Morganton, North Carolina 

Major: Mathematics 

Minor: Philosophy and Psychology 

Motto: "One learns to do by doing." 



Hemby, Emma Jean 

3237 Hollyspring Road 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

Major: French 

Minor: English and Psychology 

Motto: "Que nous sert il d'avoir la 
panse pleine de viande, si elle ne se 
digere?" 

(What avails it to have our bellies 
full of meat, if it is not digested?) 
Seneca, Ad Lucihtim 




James Ambrose Hester 

407 Heflin Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Major: Sociology and Psychology 

Motto: "You cannot prevent the birds 
of sorrow from flying over your head, 
but you can prevent them from build- 
ing nests in your hair." 



Amanda Louise Holliday 
515 Border Street 
Graham, North Carolina 
Major: Physical Education 

Motto: "The world appreciates effort, 
but gives credit for results." 





Lillie Ruth Irby 
Route 1, Box 468 
Enoree, South Carolina 

Major: Sociology 
Minor: Psychology 

Motto: "I shall strive with my best 
ability to be of some help to my 
fellowman." 



Irene E. Jackson 
Route 2 

Woodruff, South Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 



Mary E. Jeffries 
505 Park Street 
Gaffney, South Carolina 



Bernard Jamison 

301 W. Dunbar Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 




Georgia Thomasina Johnson 

401 Anderson Street 
Greenville, South Carolina 

Major: Physical Education 

Motto: "Life is a thing of beauty and 
a joy forever." 



Theodore Collins Johnson 
Box 187 

Toane, Virginia 

Major: Sociology 

Motto: "Achievement is the only 
standard by which the world can 
measure you." 



William Henry Joyner 

704 N. 35th Street 
Richmond, Virginia 



William Louis Johnson 

3724 Norwich Lane 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



Olivia Christine Jones 

305 South 23rd Street 
Ocala, Florida 

Major: Sociology 

Motto: "All that I am and hope to 
be, I owe to my parents." 



Irene Joyner 
Route 1, Box 176-B 
Conway, North Carolina 

Major: Social Science 
Minor: Psychology 

Motto: "Never let your innermost 
peace become disturbed by minor ex- 
citement." 




Walter Teddy Largent 

118 Jones Street 
Morganton, North Carolina 

Motto: "Education is one of our most 
important products." 



Ronald Buren Laney 

Route 11, Box 641 
Charlotte, North Carolina 





Virginia Ann Lee 

710 East F Street 
Newton, North Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "There is no royal road to any- 
thing. Careful planning, hard work, 
and determination to reach an objec- 
tive; that is the path to success." 



Willie L. Little 

1501 Cummings Avenue 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Major: Social Science 
Minor: History 

Motto: "Let us not forget that little 
things done are better than big things 
planned: and acknowledge Him and 
He shall direct thy path." 



Dorothy Joan McGill 
709 S. Torrence Street 
Charlotte 4, North Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "Give to the world the best 
that you have and the best will come 
back to you." 



Frank William McNeill, Jr. 
122 Flint Street 
Danville, Virginia 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "With the sight of today I 
will explore the world of tomorrow." 



Ervin McQuaige 

Box 476 

Rowland, North Carolina 

Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Biology 

Motto: "To live most and to serve 
best." 



Earlon Martin 

1(>4 Roseland Road 
Aberdeen, North Carolina 



Viella Holloway Mason 

102 # E. Bradley Avenue 
Gastonia, North Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "Love many, trust few and 
always paddle your own canoe." 



Beulah Miller 

Route 1, Box 204 
Pineville, North Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "Never put off tomorrow 
what you can do today." 



Edna Jean Mills 

Route 1, Box 450 
Enoree, South Carolina 
Major: French 



Dorothy Mitchell 

Route 1, Box 240 

Yonges Island, South Carolina 



Harold C. Morgan 

302 West King Street 

Kings Mountain, North Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "All I am and hope to be I 
owe to my mother and father." 



Hattie Ruth Mosley 
Route 1, Box 123 
Trenton, South Carolina 

Major: Social Science 

Motto: "All that I am and hope to 
become I owe to my parents." 





Dalton Lee Murchinson 
Route 2, Box 114 

Lillington, North Carolina 

Major: Social Science 

Motto: "Our horizons are expanded 
by Knowledge." 



Harold J. Napper 

906 "B" Street 
Martinsville, Virginia 



Mary Anna Neal 

2120 Vanderbilt Road 
Charlotte 6, North Carolina 

Major: Social Science and French 

Motto: "Grant me the serenity to 
accept those things that I can and 
wisdom to know the difference." 



Robert Thomas Nicholas 

1716 Jennings Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 



Mattie Polk 

2928 Bellaire Drive 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 

Haywood Polk 
324 Gene Avenue 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Major: Economics and Social Science 
Minor: Psychology and Sociology 

Motto: "Take advantage of your 
golden opportunities and develop 
them accordingly." 



Vida Deloris Pruitt 
P. 0. Box 461 

Clinton, South Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "To follow the ways of Mr. 
Toil is wisdom, wherein the ways 
of Mr. Idle is stupidity." 



Jo' Alice Ruff 
P. 0. Box 526 

Forest City, North Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "Not merely to exist but to 
amount to something in life." 



Queen A. Roseboro 

Route 1, Box 22 
Ridgeway, South Carolina 

Major: English and French 

Motto: "Life is a maze but with edu- 
cation as a map and experience as a 
guide, success is within reach." 



Alfred Robertson 

730 Brook Avenue 
Suffolk, Virginia 

Major: French 
Minor: Psychology 

Motto: "A man is truly great 
have as his goal to strive for sc 
thing great." 



Mary Roberts 

269 Plaza Street 
Athens, Georgia 



Henry Reeves 

311 Central Street 
Belmont, North Carolina 





John B. Shamberger 

1333 South 49th Street 
Philadelphia 43, Pennsylvania 

Major: General Science 

Minor: Chemistry and Psychology 

Motto: "To thyself be true." 



John L. Shropshire 
1013 Haley Place 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 



Harold Shuford 

254 Fifth Avenue, S.W. 

Hickory, North Carolina 

Major: Religious Education 

Motto: "To have a friend is to be 
one." 



Myra Simpson 

415 Churchwell Avenue 
Anderson, South Carolina 

Major: Social Science 
Minor: French 

Motto: "All that I am and all that 
I ever hope to be I owe to my dear 
mother." 







Bessie J. Smith 
Route 1, Box 119 
Warsaw, North Carolina 

Major: Mathematics 
Minor: French 

Motto: "An investment in education 
yields priceless returns." 



James Spencer 

Lilesville, North Carolina 



Major: Elementary Education 



Motto: "Life 



clock; Time will 



Nancy Sue Springs 

2819 Capitol Drive 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 



Joann Mcllwain Standifer 

2005 Saint Luke Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education and 

French 
Minor: Religion 

Motto: "Success comes to those who 
work diligently and strive hard for 
it." 



Robert Earl Stephens 
313 Allen Street 
Woodruff, South Carolina 

Major: Social Science 
Minor: Economics 

Motto: "Tell me my fault, but mend 
your own." 



Joseph Stephenson 

Route 1, Box 76 
Pendleton, North Carolina 

Major: Social Science 
Minor: Psychology 

Motto: "There is always 
improvement." 



George Roger Stinson 
P. 0. Box 731 
Davidson, North Carolina 
Major: Economics 

Theodore Strange, Jr. 
614 W. Sharpe Avenue 
Draper, North Carolina 
Major: Mathematics 

Motto: "Forward ever, backward 
never." 





Charles Syrketl 
821 Towne Street 
Greenwood, South Carolina 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Biology 

Motto: "Anything worth having is 
worth striving for." 



Clara Mae Tate 
107 Spa Street 
Morganton, North Carolina 

Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Economics 

Motto: ". . . with a heart for any 
fate, . . . learn to labor and to wait." 
— Longfellow 



Gretel Thomas 

2304 Sixth Street 
Hartsville, South Carolina 

Major: Sociology 
Minor: Music 

Motto: "Music has charm to soothe 
the savage beast." 



Cordelia Turner 

716 W. 25 Mi Street 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "The past is gone, forget it; 
the present is here, use it wisely; the 
future is yet to come, prepare for it." 



Ruth Ellen Valentine 
2410 16th Avenue, South 
St. Petersburg, Florida 

Major: English 

Motto: "The world is at my finger- 
tips and I must either conquer or die." 
— E. A. Poe 



Shirley A. Vaughn 
512 N. Henry Street 
Leaksville, North Carolina 



Major: Mathematics 

Motto: "Hope hath 
with me." 



a happy place 



James Walker 
234 E. 9th Avenue 
Rosell, New Jersey 



Antonia Wallace 
409 Wake Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 
Major: English 
Minor: History 

Motto: "There are two ways to spread 
light: to be the candle or the mirror 
which reflects it." 



Charles E. Ware 

1822 Jennings Street 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Major: Economics and Sociology 

Motto: "One should not destroy the 
basic law of human relations for it 
stands as a formula to achieve world 
peace just as mathematical Formulas 
achieve desired results." 



Melbourne C. Weir 

11 Seventh Avenue 
Kingston, Jamaica 
British West Indies 

Major: 

Motto: "Amor Vincit Omnia. 
"Love conquers all." 



Mary E. White 

733 Bern Street 

New Bern, North Carolina 

Major: English 

Minor: French 



Amos Williams, Jr. 

Route 2 

Clover, South Carolina 

Major: Economics 



Motto: "I have learned that whatever 
state I am in, therewith to be con- 
tent." 





Sandra J. Williams 
524 South Ninth Street 
Fernandia Beach, Florida 

Major: English 
Minor: French 

Motto: "Never dim the light of others 
to make yours shine brighter." 



Horace Wynn 

129 Cemetery Street 
Chester, South Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "When times are hard, do not 
give up." 



Hannah E. Allen 

Route 1 
Jakin, Georgia 

Major: French 
Minor: Psychology 

Motto: "All that I am and all that I 
hope to be, I owe to my mother and 
father." 



John W. Burns 

612 Maurice Street 
Monroe, North Carolina 



Charles W. Dannelly 

East Church Street 
Bishopville, South Carolina 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "He who has everything but 
not God has nothing; he who has 
everything and God has no more than 
he who has God only." 



Shirley Et bridge Massey 

921 Druid Circle 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Major: Elementary Education 

Motto: "He who does not strive after 
something with eagerness finds every- 
thing burdensome and tedious." 



Class Song 



Although we must go 
Our hearts will linger; 
We'll cherish all 
The things we did together. 

When the days grow dull 
Our thoughts will cheer us, 
And memories fond 
Will lead us on forever. 



As the years go by 

And we realize we miss you so 

Thoughts of days gone by will make us glow 

And remember you, dear class of '62. 

Now the time has come 

And we're departing 

Yet, in our hearts, 

In all our hearts, we love you ! 

Graham and Wallace 







Juniors 




Standing — Simon Jiboku, President; Rosa Wells, Secretary; Barbara Fer 
sistant Secretary. 

Kneeling — James Outlaw, Vice President; Luther Jones, Treasurer. 



guson, As- 



Ruth Anthony 
Wilhemena Baldwin 



Betty Barber 
Josephine Barnes 
Precious Barnes 



Robert W. Barnes 
Barbara Bedford 
Ella Louise Belton 



Shannon Belk 
Delores Blackston 
Gerald Blakney 



Gloria Brown 
Rosa Bradley 
Bera Brown 





Jimmie Brown 
Tom Brown 
Johnnie M. Butler 



Veronica Bynum 
Ellis Carter 
Carol Chaney 




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rah 



Glenn Chavis 



Robert Clemmon 



Thomas Collin 




Ceretha Covington 



David Crawford 



Sadie Curry 



Sarah Cuthbertson 



James Davis 



Richard Dosier 



Barbara Ferguson 



Rosa Fields 
Lemar Foster 
Bettye Foust 



Iona Fraisier 
Grace Friday 
Beulah Gaither 



Ann Garrett 
Joann E. Garrison 
Sidney Glee 



Marvin Glover 
Janet Goines 
George E. Goodn 





Jerrye Griffin 



Ossie Hamlet 



Fontaine Hayn 



Mary Harris 
Marie Ingram 
William Jefferson 



Simon Jiboku 
Bill Johnson 
James Johnson 



Luther Jones 
Marionetta Kearns 
Marilou Kennedy 



Shirley Leeper 
Fred Lewis 
Margaret Lewis 



Douglas Loftin 
Naomi Love 
Bessie Lowry 



Marie McFadder 
Johnnie Monroe 
Lynn Moore 



Catherine Munge 
Nellie Murphy 
Doris Parker 



Sandra Patterson 
Loretta Rawley 
Cynthia Renniek 



Rosalind Riddick 
Carolyn Robinson 
Clifford Robinson 





Carl Waiters 



Rossetta Vaughn 



Harvey Tunstall 



Irma Taylor 



Robert Talford 



Margaret Sullivan 
Ophelia Stinson 
Jeannette Stafford 



Frank Spivey 



Lydia Smalls 



Hattie Smalls 
Flora Sampson 
Myrtle Russell 



Joan Walker 
Rosa Marie Wei] 
Patricia White 



Robert Wilkins 



Cornelius Williams 



Dianne Williams 



Rachel Williams 
Shirley Williams 
Diane Willis 



Leslie Willis 
Susan Wilson 
Louise Wright 



Willidene Wright 
Frank Wu 
Russell Young 





Sophomores 




Felix 
Brittain 



Curtis 
Brooks 



Dealver 
Brown 



Eddie 
Brown 



Marjorie 
Brown 



Theodora 
Brown 



Jessie 
Bryan 

Marion 
Butler 



Henry 
Byrd 

Samuel 
Campbell 



Cora 
Cannon 



Edith 
Chaplin 



Ira 

Clark 



Kathervn 
Clark 





Sadie 
Clark 

Anne 
Clay 



Freddie 
Clinton 



Beatrice 
Colson 



Dorothy 
Cowser 



Willie Ruth 
Craig 



Ellen 
Crawford 



Ossie 
Culp 



Herbie 
Cunningham 



Willie 
Curry 



Lily 
Cureton 



James 
Davis 





Francis 
Foust 


Martha 
Gamble 


Virginia 
Garrison 


Ellene 
Garvin 


Samuel 
Gladden 


Dorothy 
Gordon 


Timothy 
Freeman 


Bettye 
Garrick 


Bettye 
Garvin 


Peggy 
Gilreath 


Ellen 
Glenn 


Jane 
Goudlocke 



Cathlenne 
Graham 


Timothy 
Griffin 


Jessie 
Hailstock 


Malissa 
Hampton 


Roberta 
Hampton 


Cornelius 
Haynes 


Virginia 
Grier 


Morris 
Hall 


Elloree 
Hampton 


Jeanette 
Harbison 


Ella 
Hatchett 


J. C. 
Haynes 





Danny 
ienderson 


Thomas 
Holloway 


William 
Hopkin 


Henrietta 
Horton 


Elizabeth 
Howze 


Montrina 
Herring 


Charles 
Holloway 


Willie 
Hopkins 


Willie 
Howze 


Rebecca 
James 


Josephine 
Johnson 


Robert 
Johnson 


Theodore 
Johnson 


Vivian 
Jones 


Lilliane 
Mainor 


Luvenia 
Johnson 


Robert 
Johnson 


Veronica 
Jones 


Clarence 

Little 


Doris 
Marsh 



Carolyn 
Johnson 



Choyce 
Johnson 



Nancy 
Martin 



Gwendolyn 
McLead 





Cleo 
McKay 


James 
Melton 


Mary 
Moore 


William 
Moore 


Boykin 
Moses 


Nathanial 
Mutungi 


Phelen 
Mebane 


Gloria 
Moore 


Ronald 
Moore 


Delores 
Morgan 


Charles 
Mosley 


Sandra 
Nicholson 



Swannie 
Page 

Delores 
Parks 



Amy 
Pasour 



Obie 
Patterson 



Frances 
Petty 



James 
Phifer 



Alice 
Richardson 

Lillian 
Richmond 



Wendell 
Roberts 



Mary 
Rorie 



Vivian 
Ross 

Annie 
Rountree 





James 
Smith 



June 
Smith 



Ora 

Smith 



Vernita 
Smith 



Joseph 
Tisdale 



Charles 
Turner 



Sidney 
Vance 



James 
Walker 



Mary 
Walker 



Annie 
Wallace 



Andrew 
Warner 



Edna 
Watkins 





Freshmen 




Marlyn Avery 
Jo Ann Austin 
Peggy Alsbrook 
Evelyn Abrams 



Lincoln Abraham 
Frank Byrd 
Marie Butler 
Virginia Burrough 



Laveda Butler 
Vivian Burroughs 
Fulton Burns 
Gladys Bundrige 



Lula Brown 
Geraldine Brown 
Milton Brooks 
James Brandon 



George Boyd 
Bennie Boyd 
Marilyn Bowling 
Henry Bowers 



John Boiling 
Loretta Bolden 
Oraphila Blackmon 
Marzeloraine Blackmon 



Rachel Bell 
Luther Beck 
Carl Bagby 
Robert Cuter 



Jean Currin 
Gladys Cureton 
Catherine Cureton 
Kenneth Cross 



Virginia Crawford 
Loretta Crawford 
Dorothy Colston 
Millie Coleman 



Franklin Colclough 
Thelma Cochran 
Wilsey Chaplin 
Ronnie Chalemers 



Alonzo Cathcart 
Vivian Carelock 
Joan Cambell 
Esther Campbell 



Geraldine Callahan 
Annie Dunhamm 
Annette Dunhamm 
Louis Dowdy 



James Dodd 
William Davis 
Sandra Davis 
Samuel Davis 



Jacqueline Davis 
Arlene Davis 
Mary Davidson 
Virgie Daniels 



Meredith Evans 
James Evans 
Helen Erwins 
Edith Ellison 



Harriett Ellis 
Donnell Frasier 
Dorothy Franks 
Maxine Funderburk 





Phillip Fuller 
Barbara Foster 
Donald Fraizer 
George Foster 



Charles Forney 
William Flynte 
Frank Fleming 
Delia Figgures 



Rita Gwathmey 
Audrey Grooms 
Millie Grier 
Sylvia Green 



Matthew Green 
Jean Gladeny 
Julia Gist 
Ellias Ghanem 



Johnny Gaddy 
Willie Gabriel 

^. Alice Heath 

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Bernard Hayes 
John Harris 
Florence Harris 
Charles Harris 



Priscilla Harrell 
Henry Haney 
Ersley Hampton 
Barbara Hamilton 



Alphonzo Hunley 
Leatha Hubbard 
Annie Howze 
Margeret Howey 



Arthur Howell 
PThilia Houston 
Lucy House 
William Horton 



Gary Holmes 
Ben Henderson 
Cecil Hill 
William Hodges 



Hazel Holloway 
Garcia Holmes 
Phil Joyner 
Johnny Jones 



Euretha Jones 
Westra Johnson 
Peggye Johnson 
Charles Johnson 



Willie Jenkins 
Annie James 
Shirley Jackson 
Charles Konyogo 



Kathelenn Kirkland 
Patricia King 
Gddie Kennedy 
Constance Kearnes 



Ira Kearnes 
John Lyles 
Alice Lyerly 
David Lucas 



Carol Lucas 
Clyde Lowrey 
Margaret Love 
Robert Little 









William Lindsay 
Carolyn Linder 
Maggie Laney 
Eula Love 



Patricia Murray 
Nathaniel Moses 
Thomas Morrison 
William Moore 



DeVondia Mobley 
Emma Mills 
Martha Miller 
Alonzo Merkerson 



Carl Melvin 
Charles Martin 
Carrie Mathis 
Abraham Martin 



Lillian Magwood 
Jessie MiKinstry 
Nancy McDonald 
Walter McDaniel 



Julia McClain 
Vivienne McBroom 
Joseph Newble 
Pearl Nelson 



Carolyn Nelson 
Gale Powell 
Charles Pollard 
Catherine Polk 



James Plush 
Gloria Platts 
Velma Pharr 
Lonnie Peace 



Mary Patterson 
Tyson Pasour 
Rosette Rushing 
Douglas Ross 



Samuel Robingson 
Dorthy Robinson 
Nellie Richardson 
George Reynolds 



Joan Rendleman 
Richard Reeves 
Brenda Ramseur 
Harriet Spann 



Shirley Smith 
Robert Smith 
Lessie Smith 
Cleveland Smith 



James Seals 
James Scott 
Arietta Smallwood 
Mary Sloan 



Venita Sims 
Leroy Shannon 
John Sette 
James Scott 



Leroy Scott 
Leonard Sanders 
Patricia Suber 
Johnnie Stuart 



Robina Sumpter 
Eva Spurgeon 
Edna Springs 
Thero Spears 





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Sandra Turner 
Pearline Torrence 
Ronnie Tanner 
Martha Tate 



Kenneth Turner 
Kenneth R. Turner 
Fred Thompson 
Marion Thompson 



Dasie Titus 
Peggy Taylor 
Thomas Taylor 
Brenda Wright 



Patricia Worthy 
Barbara Withers 
Georgia Wilson 
Clay White 



Josephine Wells 
Barbara Watkins 
Tony Washington 
Windell Williams 



Carol Williams 
Virginia Wallace 
Ann Williams 
Irene Waiters 



Carolyn Wade 
Thomas Watkins 
Betty Young 
Nancy Zigler 



ORGANIZATI 








Ernest W. Glenn, Jr. 



President of Student Government 



The Student Government 




Seated — Dorothy Cowser, Sadie Curry, Antonia Wallace, Jeannette Smith. 

Standing — Matthew Green, Ernest Gleen, Theodore Strange, Ethel Campbell, Nathaniel 
Muntungi, Charles Ware, Douglas Loftin. 



The Student Government is an organization, composed of 
student representatives, based on the belief of faculty and 
students that there are "educational, social and moral values 
in student participation and self-direction" and on the desire 
of students "to develop and maintain high ideals of conduct, to 
co-operate effectively with the administration and faculty in 
upholding high standards of citizenship and scholarship in the 
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Shirley Vaughn 

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Shirley Wilson 




Dorothy Cowser, Miss Sphinx 
Shirley Wilson. Miss N. A. A. C. P. 





Lydia Smalls, Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Cornelia Major, Miss Off-Campus Organization 





Hazel Holloway, Miss Veterans Club 
Veronica Bvrum, Miss S. N. E. A. 





Lueinda Howard. Miss U. N. C. F. 
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Willie Corry, Miss Ivy Leaf Club 



Martha Gamble, Miss Crescent Club 
Thelma Crosby, Miss Omega Psi Phi 





Mary Roberts, Miss Zeta Phi Beta 
Joan McGill, Miss Ira Aldridge Dramatics Guild 





Jean Hemby, Miss German Club 
Myrtle Russell, Miss Lampodos Club 






Georgia Byers, Miss Spanish Club 
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